Byron King on the comeback kids – Rare Earths, Copper and Gold


“85% of rare earths come from China and China has been shut down. Rare earths are really in good shape and it is going to reflect well on potential exploration, development, production plays outside of China.” states Byron King in an interview with InvestorIntel’s Tracy Weslosky at PDAC 2020.

Byron continued, “I am a copper guy. I think what is built into the supply-demand situation right now…there is not enough out there for the demand that is coming down the line.” Byron also provided an update on the gold market. He said that gold is in great shape and the metal is making a comeback.

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    Tracy Weslosky

    Took a break from the #coronavirus updates this morning to feature 3 markets we do all agree will be leaders when a recovery occurs. This said, I continue to disagree with #ByronKing in that I think he is missing one of the #criticalmaterials – #uranium. I for one, will be on the #EnergyFuels webcast on Friday morning.

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